Mostly just my books, but also some reviews (they might contain spoilers, they're imported from GR and don't parse).
I'm an avid reader of all types, but be warned that I mostly enjoy: horror, sci-fi, fantasy, romances and M/M erotica.
So, I've got my book list for this year's Literature class. As expected, it's nothing I find overly entertaining. By general rule I dislike most Latin American writers, not because they're bad (I know they're very good), but because almost all of their writing is depressing and politics-ridden, and I like my reading to be an enjoyment, not to remind me of the lameness of everyday life. I was surprised to find there was no Horacio Quiroga on the list, because that's an author I love and I wouldn't have minded re-reading it for my class.
Instead, I tried to choose out of the list what sounded most entertaining; Dolina's "
I'm still missing one book, need to decide which will be my third play to read from the list- I didn't like any of the offered ones.
I'm thinking I'll have some real issues with this year's list, because as an avid reader I've trained myself to promptly forget those stories I don't care one bit about to instead remember all the nice ones I did like. I suppose I'll have to make sure to pay extra attention and remember these.
Our first exam on one of the books is on May 10th, so I have time to enjoy some lighter, happier reading until then.